Industrial Design

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Drawing on its contribution to responsible, human-centered design, Industrial Design (or ID) teaches you to use critical thinking and the design process to enhance companies, communities and citizens. Expert faculty guide you in researching user experiences to create well-conceived and executed objects, products and systems that make everyday tasks easier.


ID alumni go on to make a real difference through design, offering innovative solutions to many problems. They start their own businesses, join cutting-edge studios and work for organizations and corporations, creating medical devices, household products, alternative transportation vehicles, nanotech devices, new materials and much more…